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Maryland Chamber of Commerce

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  • Lawmakers put paid sick leave on agenda

    Lawmakers put paid sick leave on agenda
    State lawmakers are gearing up for a fight over paid sick leave, as a nationwide campaign highlighted by President Barack Obama during his recent visit to Baltimore gains a hearing in Annapolis.
  • Hogan's budget includes some cuts, some status quo for economic development programs

    Hogan's budget includes some cuts, some status quo for economic development programs
    Advocates for programs spending state dollars on stem cell research or investment in technology companies were nervous about what Gov. Larry Hogan's budget would hold for them, given warnings of "strong medicine" to cure fiscal woes. But after Hogan's...

    Budget likely to dominate otherwise unpredictable session

    Budget likely to dominate otherwise unpredictable session
    One thing's certain about the General Assembly session that opens Wednesday: It will feature a budget fight. Otherwise, the 435th session of Maryland's legislature is unpredictable. Gov.-elect Larry Hogan has been singularly focused on state spending,...

    Investment banker is Hogan's pick to lead business agency

    Investment banker is Hogan's pick to lead business agency
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan has chosen a prominent Baltimore-area entrepreneur and investment banker to lead the agency charged with fulfilling his core campaign promise to attract more business and jobs to Maryland. R. Michael Gill, chairman of the Evergreen...

    Business groups look to reduce tax burden for some

    Business groups look to reduce tax burden for some
    A push to reduce state taxes on some businesses gained new momentum with last month's election of Republican Larry Hogan as governor. But the state's nearly $600 million budget gap could stall the effort, which is focused on lowering the burden for firms...